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Stepping into the future
Farmington Daily Times
Published 6:34 a.m. MT June 17, 2017
At center, Zachary McGarry holds his daughter Taylyn McGarry, Thursday, June 15, 2017 while waiting for the start of San Juan College HSE commencement ceremony in Farmington. There were about 115 students honored during the San Juan College High School Equivalency commencement ceremony Thursday in the Henderson Fine Arts Center. A total of 255 people obtained their New Mexico High School Equivalency Certificate by completing the GED — or General Educational Development — exam or the HiSet exam during the college’s 2016-2017 current fiscal year.